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75. Kirk Muller

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Hockey Kirk Muller

Although he was shocked to find he was traded to Montreal, Kirk Muller did not dwell on it for long. Much like he did in New Jersey, Muller was a star, putting points in the stats column without missing much ice time. Muller was a six time all star and was among the better offensive left wings of his day. When his skills eroded, he was still an effective checker and was a great help on both the defensive and locker room front. Muller did finish with over 900 points, and six All Star appearances. Kirk Muller was never flashy, but he was always effective.








The Bullet Points:



Country of Origin:

Kingston, Ontario, Canada



Eligible Since:





Left Wing



Played for:

New Jersey Devils

Montreal Canadians

New York Islanders

Toronto Maple Leafs

Florida Panthers

Dallas Stars



Major Accolades and Awards:

NHL All Star (1985, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1992 & 1993)

Stanley Cup Ring (1993) Montreal Canadians

Should Kirk Muller be in the Hall of Fame?

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Definitely put him in! - 0%
Maybe, but others deserve it first. - 28.6%
Probably not, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. - 28.6%
No opinion. - 0%
No way! - 42.9%


-1 #1 LeftOfTheDial -0001-11-29 19:00
The Leafs trading Muller for Kordic was a devastating blow during my youth. I hope Muller gets in for his consistent and determined effort, he played hard night in and night out. While I did come to love that coked out, alcoholic bastard Kordic after watching him pound the likes of Basil Mcrae and anyone else who got in his way, he never filled the void left by Muller.
0 #2 Tyson Ward 2013-04-15 00:32
I gotta say out of all of the guys on this list under 50, Kirk is the most compelling. He was an all star six times within 8 seasons, which definitely shows he was one of the best players in a certain era. His career totals might be what keeps him out, but his numbers during his prime were 100% hall of fame worthy. I think he was good long enough to possibly some day get in. Winning with Montreal and being their best Center during his time there, that looks pretty good on his resume.

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